Climate Beacons for COP26
Applications are now open for partnerships made up of Scotland-based organisations across the cultural and environmental sectors to apply to take part in Climate Beacons for COP26.
The project will create six ‘Climate Beacons’ made up of partnerships between cultural and climate organisations and focusing on different parts of Scotland over an extended period. Beacons will use the shared resources and knowledge of cultural and climate organisations to provide a welcoming physical and virtual space for conversation about COP26 and climate action between members of the public, artists and cultural sector professionals, environmental NGOs and wider civil society, scientists and policymakers.
Work may include artistic work, engagement work or development work, but should:
- Take a variety of forms
- Take place over an extended period
- Be accessible and inclusive
- Respond to the needs of the area where the Beacon is based
Geographical areas funded: Scotland
- Type of funding:
- Grant, Staff time
- Type of cost:
Fund award sizes
- Premium information
Notes on award amounts: Premium information
Who can apply
Partnerships should be made up of two or more organisations representing a mix of cultural and climate expertise. Organisations should have a background in the arts, culture, heritage, climate science, policy, the public sector, or civil society.
When to apply
Applications close at 9am on 10 May 2021.
Next deadline: 10th May 2021
How to apply
Apply online via the funder website.
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